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Will post detailed pics next.
Carries my spare essentials, fone & money.
Used a magnet (small roud piece) as my lock.
Used a magnet as the lock
When you say 'resistance wheel', I assume you mean either rollers, or one of the omni fork mont roller trainers, since a dimond isn't supposed to mounted into any trainer that holds the rear of the frame, power or not.
To answer your question, tons of people use non-erg trainers (including rollers) to do power based workouts using their crank/pedal power meters. They will transmit your power to the trainer road app. Only difference from a kickr is that it will be up to you to make sure you are pushing the numbers that the workout specifies, as opposed to a kickr that will force you to by adjusting the resistance itself.
Iâ€™ve done a lot of TR/Zwift on my Dimond on the InsideRide rollers with the manual resistance control. For sweet spot and higher power intervals, I need to be on resistance setting 2 or I run out of gear, but the ride feel is fine. I use the fork stand â€˜cause I have no roller skillz on a tri bike.
That said, I went back to a smart trainer and another bike for indoor sessions because I like erg mode and because I donâ€™t want to corrode my Dimond with all that sweat.